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Oracle ups content-management security

Oracle has added security and integration updates to its Universal Content Management suite.

By CBR Staff Writer

The additions include the automatic encryption of documents stored in the Universal Content Management suite through integration with Information Rights Management. Oracle said this will protect documents and emails that users check in to Universal Content Management by sealing them with advanced encryption standard and RSA cryptography. It will also prevent unauthorized access, and enable administrators to control access to electronic documents and emails.

Oracle has also introduced folios that enable grouping of multiple content items for distribution, retention control, workflow, and automatic rendering into a single document or other formats. In addition, it said it now provides an asynchronous JavaScript and XML (Ajax)-based user interface, a new forms editor, and support for Business Process Execution Language (BPEL)-based processes.

Frank Radichel, vice president of software development at Oracle, said. Enterprises need a secure method for distributing sensitive content to employees, customers, and partners. With the integration of Oracle Information Rights Management and Oracle Universal Content Management, organizations can help ensure that security is applied to electronic content wherever it resides. With this update, users don’t have to worry about security settings, which enables results that are more consistent with corporate standards and helps reduce errors.

The company is aiming to tap the growing enterprise content management market, which is expected to top $2bn in 2008 and reach $3.5bn in license revenues by 2012.

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